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Ukraine updates: Kyiv says Russian spy ring uncovered

Kyiv announced on Tuesday the arrests of five former and current intelligence officers accused of secretly working for Moscow. "The security service of Ukraine neutralized a powerful agent netwo...

Poland: Populists protest new government's media reforms

Polish right-wing populists protested in the state television premises in Warsaw on Wednesday a day after the new ruling pro-EU coalition under Donald Tusk adopted a resolution calling for the "i...

Israel-Gaza war becomes deadliest time for journalists in 21st century

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As of Wednesday (Dec. 13), at least 63 journalists have been killed over the war in Gaza, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). In just two months si...

RSF initial report: Reuters journalist was killed in Lebanon in 'targeted' strike

PARIS, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Reuters visuals journalist Issam Abdallah was killed on Oct. 13 in southern Lebanon by a "targeted" strike from the direction of the Israeli border, Reporters Witho...

Euro 2028 in UK and Ireland, Euro 2032 in Italy, Turkey

European football's governing body UEFA announced the host countries of two upcoming European Championships on Tuesday, awarding the 2028 tournament to the United Kingdom and the Republic of Irela...

Cambodia: Hun Sen holds control of media ahead of elections

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen is going into general elections later this month virtually unopposed after banning the nation's main opposition party and clamping down on independent media o...

India's 'draconian' IT laws draw ire from civil society

India ranks 161 out of 180 in this year's Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF), lagging behind Afghanistan and Pakistan. Indian journalists and human rights activists ...

Tributes pour in for AFP journalist killed in Ukraine

PARIS (AP) — Colleagues of Arman Soldin, the Agence France-Presse journalist slain in Ukraine, gathered solemnly at the press agency’s Paris headquarters on Wednesday, a day after his death, to rememb...

Journalist working for AFP news agency killed in Ukraine

PARIS (AP) — French international news agency Agence France-Presse says its Ukraine video coordinator was killed Tuesday during a rocket attack near the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. ...

Taiwan moves to No. 35 on World Press Freedom Index

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan moved up three spots to No. 35 on the 2023 World Press Freedom Index announced by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Wednesday (May 3), while China ranked No. 179 o...

Germany slips down RSF Press Freedom Index

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) released its Press Freedom Index 2023 annual report on Wednesday to mark World Press Freedom Day. The index ranks countries on the press freedom environment for journa...

Journalist Maria Ressa fights on for press freedom

Maria Ressa has long proven her willingness to make sacrifices for the truth. The Filipino journalist, who also holds US citizenship, has spent years warning that social media giants like Facebook can...

Ukraine tightens rules on frontline reporting

The Operational Commands (OC) East and South were the first in the Ukrainian army to declare the entire front line, as well as Ukraine's border a "red zone." New rules now govern the wor...

Reporters Without Borders blocked from Assange prison visit

UK officials have barred Reporters Without Borders (RSF) from visiting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in prison, the media watchdog said in a Tuesday statement. RSF Secretary-General Cristophe Delo...

Exiled Myanmar journalists in Thailand fight for truth

More than two years after the military coup in Myanmar, the country's media landscape looks bleaker than ever. At least 130 journalists have been arrested, and around 50 remain in prison. Many med...